WILTON, Conn. -- You are invited to join women who are ready to march toward menopause, parade in it or walk away from it in a free lecture and book signing by Dr. Mickey Harpaz at the Wilton Family YMCA on Tuesday.
The lecture, titled "Fifty Shades of Menopause," has one purpose: Education for an easier and more bearable menopause journey, through targeting the triggers of menopause and their symptoms, and evaluating any possible treatments/remedies.
Women experiencing menopause will leave the lecture knowing how they can decrease hot flashes and severity, stop and reverse menopausal weight gain, increase their energy levels and lower levels of fatigue, have a better night’s sleep, stabilize moods, reduce stress and depression levels, and improve libido.
For more than 29 years in private practice, Harpaz has developed specialized health programs designed for his more than 11,000 patients and several large organizations. A large percentage of his patients have been menopausal women.
Harpaz earned his advanced degrees in Applied Physiology and Nutrition at Adelphi and Columbia Universities. He has done extensive research into the subject of menopause.
Harpaz has published more than 600 articles on menopause and is the author of the book “Menopause Reset."
The book signing will begin at 6 p.m., followed by the free lecture at 6:30 p.m. Harpaz will be signing his latest book "Fifty Shades of Menopause: Cry, Laugh, Forget...You are not alone!"
The book signing and lecture are free and open to the public.
For more info about the event, contact Mary Ann Genuario at email@example.com or 203-762-8384 ext. 282.
For additional information about Harpaz, visit www.menopausematterstoday.com.
The Wilton Family YMCA is at 404 Danbury Road, Wilton.
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